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MWOs are one of the Navy's leaders at sea. This challenging role will see you responsible for the control and safety of your team. And with enough training and experience you'll be in command of a Navy ship or submarine.

Sign up for seven days as an MWO and you'll work alongside Alessia to direct the actions of the ship.

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CIS Sailors are in control of the Navy's dynamic military communications and computer systems. It's an exciting role that will see you working with comms data, voice, flags and light.

Sign up for seven days as a CIS Sailor and you'll work with Dinny to take charge of all critical communication on board the ship.

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MTs operate, maintain and repair a vast array of machinery across Navy ships. This sought-after and well-paid trade will allow you to get your hands on everything from refrigeration systems to engines producing tens of thousands of horsepower.

Sign up for seven days as an MT and you'll work with Cameron, operating and maintaining the ship's engineering systems.

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Lieutenant Alessia Mathewson joined the Royal Australian Navy as a Midshipman in 2008. Following completion of the New Entry Officers Course, she commenced her Junior Warfare Application Course and served on HMAS TOOWOOMBA, ARMIDALE, BATHURST and SYDNEY (IV). Following the award of a Bridge Warfare Certificate, she was promoted to Sub Lieutenant. In 2012 Alessia became a Lieutenant and began service as an Officer of the Watch on HMAS TOBRUK.

I've had the opportunity to do some travel... In 2011 I went to Hawaii and Pago Pago with HMAS Sydney.

Dinny McGettigan joined the Navy as a Communication and Information Systems Sailor in 2010 at age 22. He graduated from Recruit School in January 2011 and completed his Communications course in August 2011. He was posted to HMAS Tobruk in May 2012.

I joined the Navy to meet new mates, travel, and work in a challenging and rewarding environment. I can definitely say that it has delivered. I've come a long way from working hospitality in Ballarat.

Cameron joined the Navy as a Marine Technician in 2008. After finishing category training he was posted to HMAS TOBRUK. Shortly after this Cameron was involved in Pacific Partnership, which was a humanitarian assistance mission in South East Asia.

The one thing I appreciate above all else is the camaraderie. There are many excellent, good value, hard-working men and women in the RAN. I would encourage anybody to choose the same career path.
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